Initially making her name with noise-influenced industrial soundscapes, Geneviève Pasquier moved more towards a minimal electro sound. Her music is perhaps not easy to digest for some, but nobody will fail to find it fascinating!
The voice of Geneviève Pasquier crawls under your skin and together with the confronting electronics, is an integral part of the overall sound that is being created. It is the perfect fusion between German electro-industrial with an unexpected but entirely coherent and joyous pop sensibility.
Originally a member of the legendary but now defunct German industrial project Thorofon, Geneviève Pasquier released her first solo album in 2003. Her first release “Virgin Thoughts” caused enthusiastic reactions by both listeners and reviewers. People praised her mix of electronic, post-industrial music with 80s, minimal-electro combined with a frigid but soulful voice.
Geneviève Pasquier’s very specific sound developed and resulted in her signing on Ant-Zen, soon attracting an international fan-base. Subsequent releases on Ant-Zen including “Soap Bubble Factory” and “Virgin Pulses”, as well as her famous live performances, have made Geneviève Pasquier one of the most well-known female noise and industrial artists in the underground.